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SPORTING

AUCKLAND SPRING MEETING. The totalisator at Eller she handled £59,745 last week, as chains! £50,622 for the two corresponding days last year. Concluding results on Saturday's programme : Nn the King Edward Memorial Handicap, lira, all the acceptors started. Self was quickest to begin, and made tho ruiiziing to the turn for home, where Goldelse. Allegation. Royal Irish, and, Prince Merriw-ee wore in close company. Allefatiort gradually’ wore Self down, and won y three-quarters of a length, a. between second and third. Time, zmm 36seo ' , Epsom Handicap. oOOsovs. °t.—-.Uu!-lingar (8.5) 1, Rationale (7.11) 2. Goldhrc (8.4) 3. Nine others. Won by a length. Time, limn 14£ sec. Musket Stakes, 3Cosovs. For two-year-olds. 4f.—Arran (8.10) 1. Loyal Arch (7.7) 2, Lady Paula (7.12) 3. Thirteen others. Arran led all the way. Time. 49|sec. An inquiry was held into alleged interference with Sea Deil, and tho stewards formally warned Stockloy, the cider of Glissando. Normanbv Handicap. loOsovs. rt-~ Signature (7.4) 1- Had] (7.71 2. El Galo "(7.4) 3. Fifteen others. Time. Imiu 29fsec. . T .. Welter Handicap, oOusovs. Im.—Jobe Fille (9.3) 1, Glov (8.7) 2. Phosphorus (9.13) 3. Twelve others. Won by a head. Time, Imin 41] sec. Y.R.C. CARNIVAL. For the concluding day of tho \ .8.0. Spring Meeting beautiful weather drew a big crowd. Interest was keen in tho steeplechase, centring Guncap and Swedish Lad, the latter having won six times in six tries. Even staunch supporters thought that tho weight, would stop him, and Guncap gained many friends in consequence. Guncap fell very heavily in front of the stand, and the old hunter won easily, amid a groat demonstration. Results; Spring Handicap, SCOsovs. lira. —J. Mills’s br f Traqueito by Traquair—Simmerette (3.7) 1, Fidelio (8.7) 2, Toast (7.5) 3. Six others started. Time, 2min 7isce. Flemington Stakes. oGOaovs. For two-year-olds. 6f.—W. A. Parker’s bl c Alasco by Kenilworth—Queenslcy (8.1) 1, Cherry ' Banco (7.5) 2, Snmurun (7.3) 3. Nine others. Won comfortably by a length and a-halt. Time. Imin 25sec. V.B.C. HANDICAP, of l.OOOsovs. l?m. J. Widdis’s ch li Enbulns by Prudent King—Carpoo Roti. 7.11 1 Messrs J. Mills and P. T. Hcywcod s Wishing Cap. 7.13 ?• iR. Keating’s Gladwyn. 7.9 1 3 Eleven others started. After a furlong Eubulus took charge, and increased his lead to the seven-furlong post, where he was two lengths from Hamburg Bello. Sir Solo, Allansford, Remuneration, Bon Ton, Indiscretion, Wishing Cup, and Moonbria. Sir Solo ran into second place at another furlong, Indiscretion being last. Gladwyn superseded Sir Solo, Allansford also moving up. Rounding the turn Eubulus led from Allansford, Gladwyn. Sir Solo, and Wishing Cup. In a fast run Eubulus won by three-quarters of a lenrlh, two lengths separating second and third horses. Time, omin If sec. C. B. FISHER PLATE, of l.OOOsovs. W.f.a. l^m. E. J. Watt’s br c Mountain Knight, by Mountain King—La Vcille. oyrs. 7.9 1 Mrs 0..- C. Fleaimieh'a br hj Cajon,

6ys, 9.5 Messrs P. Reger ami J. Rivers's hr f Carlita, 3yrs, 7.4 3 Also started; Posinatus 9.2, St. Carwyne 9.0, Blaque 7.9. *Cajou quickly ran to tho front, and led front Blague. Posinatus. Mountain Knight, Carlita, and St. Carwyne. At five furlongs Mountain Knight began to overhaul Cagou. The latter led to the straight, but, Mountain Knight drew up at the distance nu*d won by a length, three lengths separating second amt third. Time, 2min 354*ee. Victoria Steeplechase, ot 500sovs. About 3m If.—T. S. Reynolds’s ch g Swedish Lad bv St. Francis—Lappie (aged, 12. f I 1. W.r.s." (9.5) 3, Big Bob (IO.Oi 5. Thirteen , others started. Guncap, Corndjill. Hornsey, Fireworks, and Spanish Main led the first time rcup-d. Spanish Main tell at tho first treble, and Guiicap at tho last treble. Fireworks led over the last fence from Swedish Lnd, Big Bob, Hornsey, and ■W.r.s. Swedish Lad led into the straight irom Fireworks, Hornsey, and Big Bob, Swedish Lad going comfortably. W.r.s. overhauled Big Boh. Two lengths separated first and second, and a* third of a length second and third. Time, 6min 91sec. Final Handicap, of 500sovs. _ lain.— F. f‘ Davis’s ch hj De Gama by "Vasco—Lei Cup (8.13) 1, First Principle (8.7) 2, Lucky Escape (6.7) 5. Fifteen started. Philio led at two furlongs, and then came Royal Laddie and Firet Principle. Lucky Escape led into tho straight from imiio, he Gama, and First Principle. De Gama came up at the distance, and won hy one length and a-half, two lengths ami a-halt separating second and third. Time, 2mm 7-loCc. _ QUEENSLAND TURF CLUBSaturday’s principal events at Brisbane were: — ~ ~ Hopeful Stakes. lor two-year-olds. st. —Steely 1, Mnlkatoon 2. Irish Colleen a. Eighteen starters. Heads separated the placed division. Time, Imin 2|aoc. Brisbane Handicap. Ini. —Lvelyu Souk 1, Lino Gun 2, Currajong 5. Four others. Time, Infin 39isec. Derby Stakes. —Ijm.—hog bell 1, Love Acre 2, Homo Signal 3. Eleven starters. Time, 2min 571c<*c. LAWN TENNIS. The C grade lawn tennis matches were commenced on Saturday afternoon in fine hut windy weather. Results;— Arthur Street 10 set*? {lOl games) G£feated Hauraro 4 sets (72 games). St. Kilda 11 sets (106 games), Rcslyn 3 sets (73 games). Eaaifctrai 8 sets (09 games), Arthur Street 6 sets (84 games). Cosy Dell 7 eete (92 games), Mosgiol 7 sets (83 games). Kavenshoume 12 sets (1W games), Northeast Valley 7 eels (72 games) Hanover 10 sets defeated Lavcrdiam 4 sets. BIBLE CLASS -SPORTS. On Saturday at Forbury Park the Methodist Bible Classes held their annual competition for tho banner presented by the Young Women's Bible Class Union. The events were all championships, and for tho third year the banner goes to tho St. Kilda Class, whose mom hors finished first in all the events, scoring 45 points. S. Go van, who was in good form, won four of them. The Lhiiou desire to thunk the Trotting Club and their caretaker (Mr Mason), also tho following officials*. — Messrs Hemer, lies, Brown, and MTndoc. Results:— ICO Yards.—Go van 1, Holman 2, Rowlands 3. 820 Yards. — Govan 1, Holman 2, Rowlands 3. 440 Yards —Govan 1, Cole 2. S. Thomas .3. 440 Yards (junior).—Connelly 1, Evan? 2, Hinton 3. 880 Yards.—Govan J. Lnckliurst 2. C. Thomas 3. Mile. —C. Thomas 1, Brown 2. Jtimes 3. Long Jump.—Henderson (19ft 4in) 1, Luckhurat 2, S. Thomas 5. Hop-Step-and-Jmnp. Henderson (40ft 7in) 1, S. Thomas and if. Govan (equal) 2. Putting the Shot. —S. Thomas (26ft 7Ain) I, Lnckliurst 2. Henderson 5. NORTH DUNEDIN GUN CLUB. The shove dub held their fortnightly on Saturday, when a large number of shooters journeyed to the club’s ground at North-east Valley to compote for a trophy presented by Mr Guthrie. The following were the principal scorers:—*C. Cipell 10, T. Gillespie 10, J. Gillespie 10, J. Hurperford 8, A. King 11, T. W. King 9; A. King winning. In tha sweepstake which followed the following were the principal scorers;— C. Capell 12, J. Gillespie 11, J. Hungerford 12, T. King 10, 4. White 8. C. Capell and J. Himgerford tying, divided.

YACHT AND MOTOR BOAT CLUB ; The season was opened on Saturday afternoon. The Harbor Board's operation:; in connection with the building of the boat harbor made it impossible to hold the usual shore function at the club|s ground, but despite this there was a _fair attendance at the steamers’ basin at 3.15 on Saturday, when the fleet, headed by the tnishfree (Commodore A. C. Hanlon), formed in procession. After the procession the usual ceremony of saluting the Flag was gone through, and concluded the official part of the programme. The various crews then entertained their guests on the boat--.

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SPORTING, Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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SPORTING Issue 15645, 9 November 1914

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